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The Love Poems Of Lord Byron

Author : George Gordon Byron
ISBN : 0312051247
Genre : Poetry
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A collection of forty-three love poems that span the development of Lord Byron's works includes some of his early awkward pieces as well as his more mature later poems
Category: Poetry

50 Famous Love Poems

Author : George Gordon Byron Byron, Baron
ISBN : 1477492615
Genre : Poetry
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50 of the best and most famous love poems from classic authors such as Shakespeare, Lord Alfred Tennyson, John Keats, Oscar Wilde, Edgar Allan Poe, Emily Dickinson, Andrew Marvell, P.B. Shelley, Lord Byron and more! Enjoy the famous love poems such as: She Walks in Beauty "How do I Love Thee? Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day? Bright Star" and many, many more! So sit back, relax, and fall in love with this book famous love poems.
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Lord Byron

Author : George Gordon Byron Baron Byron
ISBN : 067453915X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A revealing collection of Byron's private letters and vivid excerpts from his journals provide a memorable self-portrait of the nineteenth-century English poet
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The Poems Of Lord Byron

Author : George Gordon Byron Baron Byron
ISBN : OCLC:184993624
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Selected Poetry Of Lord Byron

Author : Lord George G. Byron
ISBN : 0307416283
Genre : Poetry
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Poet, celebrity, and revolutionary, Lord (George Gordon) Byron was one of the most influential and controversial figures of the first half of the nineteenth century, his distinctive, deeply felt work comprising one of the enduring high points of Romantic literature. From “Manfred,” with its evocation of the figure that came to be called the “Byronic hero,” to the melancholy “Childe Harold,” to the satirical masterpiece “Don Juan” (presented here in judiciously selected form), this Modern Library Paperback Classic includes all of the essential Byron. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Poetry

Selected Poems Of Lord Byron

Author : Lord Byron
ISBN : 9781105599644
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George Gordon Byron, commonly known simply as Lord Byron, was a British poet and a leading figure in the Romantic movement. Among Byron's best-known works are the brief poems She Walks in Beauty, When We Two Parted, and So, we'll go no more a roving. This extensive collection contains these and most of Byron's published short poems. Byron was celebrated in life for aristocratic excesses including huge debts, numerous love affairs, rumours of a scandalous incestuous liaison with his half-sister, and self-imposed exile. He was famously described by Lady Caroline Lamb as "mad, bad and dangerous to know". Byron exercised a marked influence on Continental literature and art, and his reputation as a poet is higher in many European countries than in Britain or America, although not as high as in his time, when he was widely thought to be the greatest poet in the world. He is regarded as one of the greatest British poets and remains widely read and influential.
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Byron In Love A Short Daring Life

Author : Edna O'Brien
ISBN : 9780393071276
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“How long it’s taken for these two mad, bad and dangerous writers to get together!”—Alan Cheuse, San Francisco Chronicle Acclaimed biographer of James Joyce, Edna O’Brien has written a “jaunty” (The New Yorker) biography that suits her fiery and charismatic subject. She follows Byron from the dissipations of Regency London to the wilds of Albania and the Socratic pleasures of Greece and Turkey, culminating in his meteoric rise to fame at the age of twenty-four. With “a novelist’s understanding of tempo and characterization” (Miami Herald), O’Brien captures the spirit of the man and creates an indelible portrait that explodes the Romantic myth. Byron, as brilliantly rendered by O’Brien, is the poet as rebel, imaginative and lawless, and defiantly immortal.
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Author : Fiona MacCarthy
ISBN : 9781444799873
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Fiona MacCarthy makes a breakthrough in interpreting Byron's life and poetry drawing on John Murray's world-famous archive. She brings a fresh eye to his early years: his childhood in Scotland, embattled relations with his mother, the effect of his deformed foot on his development. She traces his early travels in the Mediterranean and the East, throwing light on his relationships with adolescent boys - a hidden subject in earlier biographies. While paying due attention to the compelling tragicomedy of Byron's marriage, his incestuous love for his half-sister Augusta and the clamorous attention of his female fans, she gives a new importance to his close male friendships, in particular that with his publisher John Murray. She tells the full story of their famous disagreement, ending as a rift between them as Byron's poetry became more recklessly controversial. Byron was a celebrity in his own lifetime, becoming a 'superstar' in 1812, after the publication of Childe Harold. The Byron legend grew to unprecedented proportions after his death in the Greek War of Independence at the age of thirty-six. The problem for a biographer is sifting the truth from the sentimental, the self-serving and the spurious. Fiona MacCarthy has overcome this to produce an immaculately researched biography, which is also her refreshing personal view.
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Lord Byron Four Longer Poems

Author : Lord George Gordon Byron
ISBN : 1785434322
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(The Giacour - Lara - The Siege of Corinth - The Age of Bronze) George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron, but more commonly known as just Byron was a leading English poet in the Romantic Movement along with Keats and Shelley. Byron was born on January 22nd, 1788. He was a great traveller across Europe, spending many years in Italy and much time in Greece. With his aristocratic indulgences, flamboyant style along with his debts, and a string of lovers he was the constant talk of society. In 1823 he joined the Greeks in their war of Independence against the Ottoman Empire, both helping to fund and advise on the war's conduct. It was an extraordinary adventure, even by his own standards. But, for us, it is his poetry for which he is mainly remembered even though it is difficult to see where he had time to write his works of immense beauty. But write them he did. He died on April 19th 1824 after having contracted a cold which, on the advice of his doctors, was treated with blood-letting. This cause complications and a violent fever set in. Byron died like his fellow romantics, tragically young and on some foreign field.